FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida — On the eve of the biggest day of the college football season, several Alabama football players took time out to visit children at the Baptist Children’s Hospital.
Daily Bama Blog contributer Brett Hudson tagged along as Crimson Tide wide receiver DeAndrew White, defensive lineman Dakota Ball, offensive lineman Caleb Gullidge and quarterback Dustin Ellison visited the children. Defensive back Jarrick Williams and running backs Jalston Fowler and Dee Hart joined later when the cameras were off.
White, Fowler, Hart and Williams will not play in the BCS National
Championship Game, as they are recovering from knee surgery. Gullidge, Ball and Ellison have not played this season.
The Orange Bowl mascot, Obie, also made an appearance.